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Mp3 player wont read sd card

I got a rca rd2312 mp3 player and got a 4gb sc card for it and when I turn the mp3 player on it says there is a card in the slot but it wont read the music on it...other sd cards work on my lyra and the 4gb sd card works on my other mp3 player but not this one...

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  • dustin goodman Apr 15, 2007

    I mean sd card for it...

  • MP3broken Dec 10, 2007

    Same thing with my MP3 player, it's a DMC520 from Sanyo. The card has the songs on it, but don't appear on the navigation bar on the player.

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The reason for your problem is that the rd2312 can only handle a 1 gb card

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